Clinical problems associated with PCOS

Firstly, irregular cycles may not be good for one’s health in the long term.  There is hormonal treatment one can take to address this problem and the treatment has minimal and mostly no side effects.

Secondly, infrequent ovulation may result in infertility.  However, this is usually easily treated with medication.  Once ovulation occurs, women with PCOS usually have excellent fertility.

Finally, the future risk of diabetes can be significantly reduced with lifestyle changes in the form of regular exercises and a healthy diet.

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